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   Chief Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1937, Perry, Iowa                               i .t 4 I -J i'- a i. 4 1 i r y I PAGE TWO THE CHIEFS IOWA. NOVEMBER The Chief-Advertiser A jBdepecdeni every Tioissday by oJ current Tbe Chief Printing Iowa Second St. Jasaes a. Itnodcs G- E. Resident Publisher The Perry Chief. Established 1874 The Daily jEsiablislied pery Established Chief- Advertiser. Established 1937 Subscription Rates By aika in Green arid Guthrie one year By Mail in outside these lour one By Mail outside of year Iowa Press Association. Also privileged to use News dispatches' and also the sews and pictures of the Iowa Daily Entered 3s second class matter on July at the post Office jowa. Telephones 37 and 38 ifce situation Ss tense any lime sicce the world Tfce point of this Washicg- -arork is the statement by the president 10 the effect that talk is over and indicat'ed. That statement in Direct departed from ihe former pledge 10 neutrality and a praesicai reversal of the presidential policy in Asia. Ringside Scats iTraer he Ku Khct proposes to I ce the lookout for easy assumes quite a fight the C. I- That is some- thing like a real treat. Spectat- ors at the battle will applaud every good no matter who is on the receiving end. Unworkable Act Bluffs The Wagner act wiU have to be amended or repealed. It will not work. It is an attempt to sovietiae industry and place pror perty and business 5n control of the It leads straight to the CURBSTONE MUSINGS BY THE LOAFER You think whatever you please but show plenty of discretion by saying little about what you're thinking. What has become of the oW fash- ioned breakfast of ham and fried pan and' tried mush- with- molasses. Just lost 6uQ United States will go of Russia and have no industry or.it s follow Mussolini who. abolish- ed all labor unions and took over the industries in the name of dis- v tator of the state. Democracy and the Wagner act are incompetibJe. H f OTHER NEWSPAPERS Must. Be Done organized efforts' and press preaching of safety on the accident continue to Iowa's unenviable record so far this year was climaxed .by .34 deaths to the 10 days. In oth- er words. 34 have been sacrir ficed bringing sorrow T J m into and communities. Wf A r Radio Nmsances A Strike That Would Be PopoUr Late One Maurice R. an exer- cutive in one of ed Railroad Jias published a folder he has' en- titled The writer has never seen it but aspect to Peny goers when t anionnt of itoe total that lias been is given in a lump sum. Bade night was feature about three ago and during this period nearly has been given to theatre goers. The feature was el- iminated nearly eight months of this pending the rebuilding of theatre and the Ifgal phase of bank nignt was being reviewed by toe courts. o 1 Most all Hollowe'en stunts of iftfr can be traced to tlie hair rais- ing experiences that dad loves to tell most or which never 3iap- pened. lost ijalf of our Kit- chen equipment when our homa burned of the aast lour yfcais when of 1333 loan program exceed the were A. J. Kolya. attorney at Alton recalls a historic case in which i3se Judge William Huithisws es- tablished September 15 as the esaci date when the sap stops rising in Sioux county carnstfllJfrs. The' date is viuBy important in suits be- tween landlord and ifcnaiit because afier the .sap stojs rising the corn is and becomes an estab- crop just as. if'.it were al- ready ia the crib. Sap usually is the 15 but Judge of year ago fixed that as the legal daze. Sings Hospital in PWIT i g C. C C. C. saiJirday mcmmg. 3Bfe is reponed Mesmnan. 3 be The November soetrung of tbe Washingum Township Farm Bur- eau was Tuesday evening at Clarence Capp home. Mr. and Stss. WiS Hews of Min- ware Sunday caUers ai 43afi 4 home. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Bailey and 27 f Nece. j Berhowe. f 0 0 0 2 FG FT F 1 O 0 0 0 0 0 14 2 Was Feb. Bag2ey at Wash- 1 14 were Thursday call-1 HenSson. at the Hayes Book home. Mrs. J was can opener or the A newspaper item states ifiai m Boake Carter gave it publicity the other evening whiJe consenting on events of the day over the air. Car- ter referred to th'e foider as contain- ing much good1 horse sense. George H. member of the federal commis- has attracted no little atten- tion to himself by publicly urging upon his associates some needful reforms in radio enterfaihmerit. Re- cently he criticized the which break in upon the of the household near tfie dinner Hour. biggest'and. the workers of ttie .nation couiij at this time. Carter the be to stfrike at pull- ing strikes so anid stay out on such a strike until those 'racketeers' are eliminated from the ranfes of labor. Then everyone would respect labor as a the labor Bet Money on. a Bluffs Antics of the stock market have t i been an encoiiragement to .the real estate man in. tiaese days for in stocks and bonds and commodities have had another there are more ton that in or New York. No claims to make but we have plenty of taxes in Iowa. e r What this county one Dallas Coiinty' 'farm is' two bumper crops in one j J Except'for a few body knows what it costs to own and drive an automobile and few want to know. like some baby diapers. How much are have some for a dollar a Ill take a doz- up are now The twd cents is for the mind-tile tacks. I'll use safety 1 i u One- of Perry's merchants says that this- country is greatly in need of a lady's shoe that is larg- er on the inside and smaller oh1 the outside. AG. DEPARTMENT READY FOR CORN LOAN PROGRAM Mrs. Paul _ _ DCS Iowa of agric'ulture today for its part in the federal corn Joan i -j H f program as soon as. final details' of the riew are announced. Homer assistaht.. _ _ -_ More or Less Cfcazy. City thing that doesn't 'Over in. Europe several na-json in the value of land and city twins are getting ready to wage wars property as a place for investment to get more territory for -their ex- of surplus.capital. _ tending -.while at the in the days of and '23 time-'they are of fering bonus-j lot of people everything on the es to families for raising more chil- j stock martet- arid they weut down Lth a terrible crash. The fellow who bet. on a home is still 6. K. Tlie man wfio. bet' iis little nest egg on a farm 'is still OK. A Vienna doctor can be cured by a careful prepared diet. In this country a cure can be effected without a a much r He had stewed chicken aiid this is the way he says it of our. local residents' some dreh. Just like Uncle Sam build- with a terrible crash. -i f ing dams to create land j. for crdps while .he is laws to lay crop land. We guess it's -V V rM .r true the race is crazi.. A Highway Eiperin-Jmt RSpfds_ We note that Wisconsin has pass- ij- F t r _.. t new law which the 'l jf -LA-1 _ trucks on the Jfrm Saturday until effort to fe- Homes arid farms are more today than they were last. year or the year before. They didn't go up like the stock matlet but they- hav- en't had a toboggan ride yet They are still due Tor further advances. Italy May Explode passenger automobiles complete of th'e highways over the weeto-eni An latitempt in way 'reduce .the r -t T -i higlwray accidents which to such great oyet wefek-end. .This hew -.law on corn- mercial trucks- But drastic steps f f ..T 11- necessary and. this Wisconsin- experiment will be watclietf with considerable interest by other states. r _ Cpuntiy A Nation of Smpkers world's records of cigarette production were in July of this the Internal Revenue All is riot well witfiT Mussolini. fad il duce at the moment is att- empting a difficult job of sav- at a time when Italy's econo- niiv situation is the verge ol a blowup of such that- re- volution is _and revolution might mean- the ot dic- tatorship arid'an end1 to naziism- and all are bound to fail in the course 9f warning to the' States to go no far- ther along toe road which leads to a dictatorship. wine notr ago and then the residue the' back for the chickens. The following'day the hens were either or a plaui case of being stewed before being The state of PennsylvanSt add men to their highway -pfttJ- rol in their to checlttlte apl- autb death IS tfiat method don't solve the no- thing win. said does not expect the 1937- l _J m. major operation at the DBS General Hospital Tuesday. Her condition is improved at this time. Mrs. Sirs. George Jones and daughter were Thurs- uajT afternoon callers in the Dan Carpenter home. Morris Messamer the National corn contest at Marion Graney visited school Tuesday. Alfred Ronner underwtatt an op- Sook is bedfast at this time. Mrs. B. H. Clara Mulder Perry and Mrs. of S. D. were day afternoon visitors at the of Mr. and Dan Carpenter.- John Graney spent Thurs- day Afternoon at the home of Clem Winchfoi. SCHOOL NOl'ES Win From CCOC Tuesday November the Washington girls basketball team motored to Pes where they the Capiial City Com- mercial College team. The game close and the college team held the lead-only in the first quarter. end which the score was The half found in the lead 15-10 and at the last quar- ter the score was 26-17 in of the Township girls. The College team gained- 10 points in the. last quarter to make the final score 30- 27 in favor of i 'Following is the box f Httft f f mi .K r Totals 0 0 0 0 20 1 0 0 0 0 7 Tsro boys e beisg arranged wesi- scflooi afwr having been absent whooping Rosa and Lois Andrews are both absent. Tsey cave Third and Fourth Grale Marvel visited room Wednesday with Miss Th visited our The schedule for the rest of the 1 room Wednesday season is as sames are bcih gJr3s and boys except those otherwise indicated. Nov. Bawson at Daw- priday. Nor. at Wednesday. Nov. at Washington. Tuesday. Nov. C. C. C- C. i this vreek. Tne tiiird grade average in irig 15 lower ihan the fourth We are learning to do divi- sion in lounh grade Arithmetic.. We have just begun to multiply and di- vids in our ihird grade study. Rev Merryman and Madge Cro- were ep.eh absent two days at Washington. liev. at burn. Primary Min- The first and second grades en- eration for ap'pendfcltls at the i g _. L l-_ 1 7 1 6 0 0 7 1 0 0 0 F 3 0 2 0 Redfield at Dec. at Wash- ington. at Rip- Jan. at Red- held. Jan. at Yale. Jan. at Coop- er. Tuesday. Jan. Washington. Jan. Woodward at Feb. at Ja- .maica. .Feb. at Dawson at joyed a Hallowe'en party last Fri- day afternoon. Each one brought a masquerade .costume. Several games were played. Edward Alberta Daniels and Lois Peters awarded the prizes. Miss Florence Thompson of Hux- visited rimar room Wed- nesday afternoon. Miss Thomp sen taught the primary grades last ear. Maxine Merryman was sick Thursday. Mrs. Crellix of. Perry is at the Paul Kautzky home whDe Kaiutzk home while is in the hospita Veliha Carpenter is also with the work there... .No rest for the smugly warm.driv- Because cfiief Hattery says gardless of weallier or drivers must put out thefr arms and make the required signal of their brixiriiNi f j_BjtL_i fm I T T TT' T T F T SCIENTISTS THREE _ _ _ j HEAR SCIENTIFIC REPORTS ___ OF PASiy FtTTURE OF FIVE DIONNE GIRLS hundred ovef the united Allan Roy Dafoe DrlU'E. BUUz service Staff STEA t States and recenty met here to -learn just what science has been to iand the fa- fiidusT bfoiine qiSntuplets. The babies hive tfee -best care science' knows how to birth. They have mot careful study your ever preach same sermon liihister's Ke does nobody notices because he hollers in different Promise of a Balanced- Budget Sentmeir..... While the president is still prom- after five years of a _ _ _ .-_i_- _ _ Bureau reports. In that one. months balanced budget little donte the factories the United' States to curtail overnment extravagance. turned out-fifteen and. a quarter t-- f million That comes to rieariy a month for every woman and child in' States. the cigarettes made in I.- aUowlng..one to each Xam- 61 tax'paid by the'av- _ family will conie to.somewhat more th'aii The smoker who consumes the fairly moderate ani- dunt of a pack of cigarettes a.day jiays into the Pedefai coffers for .ttieV privilege of inoMging in his hafeit. And Then He Lost His said the J1 '1 r L the beating up.of this to curtail government extravagance Perhaps to eci by new but we tof i m near the-.limit of texatfpii' without seriously crippling all Susiriess' and confiscating private incomes The only sure relief froni liigh'er taxes and increasing' public deb't is to spend less and neither federal or state lawmakers show any disposi- tion to take that Drouth and weather conditions riever effect the political propagan- da crop. To a lot of sign doesn't any more tiiah if'it read or Ordinary life begins at 40 but ah automobile also begins at 40. j One of the of science knows how to make. To- day science hands down its based on.' that'.liaye'. been made first year of sisters' information contain abbut the past arid pres- a few significant -hints their future. and physically despite their handicap of premature birth and extreme weakness in early the roads are the the gaso- line tax is the highest. We live and dte and 'live ai Unions have had their benefits in sung own requiem its meth- ods and.demands lee us hope. City. News lowans of hard times and. the past poor crops year when were in the spent on hard liquor and on pin ball machines. government thejof our financial lowaus Banner. liave you to re- plied the ani I lost my head. All morning I held my government ag- ents tasted my smelied my graded my kerosene. In your just answered three federal questionaires. Then this bird comes along and wants fake moving pictures of my so I pasted him in the Five Co-eds Candidates j for Cadet Colonel What Does Times soi capital correspon- dence 1s talking mostly about war. Rumors arc among them the report that the president will call for a two billion armament program when he convenes the spc- dat appears to have to call. Intense ac- tivity in the state department where Iowa Iowa .Five University of Iowa co-eds can- didates for honorary cadet colonel at the annual military ball The candi'dates are Madge JoVies of Cedar Pi Beta lAd- elo Anderson of Honey Cur- rier Betty Braverman of I6wa Siema Delta BauA serman of DCS Russell and Janncs Savery of At- Kappa Kappa GammaV The winners will be chosen orf the basis of schalastic personality and extra curricular ac- tivities by advanced military stu- dents. infancy. Their general health is ex- cellent and their physical outlook is bright r f'A scientific graph of their men- tal based on innumerable and t in a way would leave the .quints ignorant of the fact that they were being observed. Another suggestion is that a home with two wings be There .are reactons past our ken. Some men are and some are some are.. weak anil others A though 1 then the l proper tho'ught is all we need. The office grouch attests. the fact that a when stamps the ground with his forefeet but solemnly swears that that is not all he does. r f- The government will make loans on corn at 50. providing thai it does not contain in excess of a certain per cent of moisture but does hot limit the moisture content of automobile drivers. one wing be used as nursery for the quints and as a home for the rest of the Dibnne family.. like the first would give the .quints a more natural environment in which to pass' their These two for the and for the sfiows are progress- afe not contained in the papers are being presented but form part of the background for those arid from the scientific studies' out of which' the papers were written. These in are the outgrowth of a development that began wiieri fhe quintuplets were slightly less than a year old. Sfedical 'science was1 just cbverihg from its amazement thai the girts Had b'een born at alll thirst for knowledge about the circumstances of their birth and a rate fully. equal to that of L children of their owa nge. to they _ have a joint words and are picking up new words faster than .children of their age usually resemble other more any set of chil- dren ever studied by science. ii i routine training pro- They understand discipIineV well and have quarrels. CAN'T BE ISOLATED of the psychological studies hint that a new en- vironment to supplement- the riow- have twisfed the of .and The doctor lost no time ting his foot down. bodies and minds .of these' happy and healthy little lie de- .V L th'e way they had been kept alive. was pretty well but in its 'place a riew arid greater thirsi was developing among psycholo- child-care specialists' arid clared be used as a basis of But the doctor did not propose to enclose the children within a Chinese oh the he knew that inquisitive sci- ence1 could do a great deal for the he knew also that it could a great deal of extremely valuable knowledge' from alwayk provided that the welfare the girls themselves was made iihe first consideration. So he turned to the University of and suggested'that its psychology department might properly take over this two-sided task. These three-year-old children from St. George's Sctfobl for Child m were a grdiip of ydungrsters whom i _ psychologists studied simiiltaneously with their study of the quin- as the psychologists put for study of the quins. This picture illustrates the fact that three-year-olds do not liavtfa very advanced social instead of the children are sulkily ignoring each other and cohcerilratFhg tin their own concerns. RELIEVES isr It was an excellent' choice. At famous Callander nursery musif Here were five little girls grow- eventually .be. developed. I ng up under the most unusual psychoTogiste suggest thai Jiving neither in a 'while the surroundings have beer in an institution but IK ideal so the children canhoi I strarigfe combination of both' normally ff they grow I offered a utiheard-of lab- ln a state of extreme f for scientifiic now under considera-1 uid a rich' testihg-grourid for all for the purchase by thf Inanner of With proper guardians of a niile-square plot of I -cie'ntific pleas of ground on the edge of Callander. I ne at began to bs heard It has suggested that a callander. school be built on this plot and that the quintuplets atttnd it ifi I BE GUINEA PIGS company with 15 or 20 These were di- children from the In this they If Vittori MuaWini matte any report of. his visit to he probably didn't overlook some men- tion that American's were riot wild about fascism. T you give me fcn eiorhple of a commercial used in ancient tSe system used iri the garden of suggestion fhat trie public neighborhood I rected at Allan Boy the would get Uie l-quirits' guard- ordinary contacts with children of I ian arid best friend. Right there ages which so1 far they have I ne had a nrst-rate chance to put a 'been'denied. I'lifb-lorig jinx on the youngsters' Accompanying tills is the strong I chances for happiness and normal Just a Hereattcr Perry contract bridge players should play only among their own'number whfeh invited to DCS Moines. DCS Moines always was known as a bad ejthibitions in their present There were plenty of people woufd have to be stopped. .The I who were only waiting his per- pubTic would be allowed to see the to turn the children into children from a greater distance regular guinea results always while the quints that might have enriched science were in the company of other that would most certainly .She- university there is a nursery ichool of high the George's School for Child This school is run by a joint committee from the univer- departments of arid educa- psychology- It draws financial from He Rockefeller Fburidatiori. For ipwards 01 a decade it has niairi- a day school for some two lo'zen or more children of pre- age. Director of the schcol is Wil- liam E. Ph. D. cap- ible came the task 3f helping prl Dafoe devise a proper training routine for the and the allied task of studying unobtrusively but in the interests of sci- Now Dr. Blatz is not of the whool which that chil- dren be given unlimited freedom of self-expression. Far from it. Children at St. George's School are expected to icarri through self- and the idea is that they won't acquire any self-disci- pline unless they first learn to ac- cept the discipline of adults. So the children at St. George's School have to learn the have to learn how to have .....Here is another set of live children from the at St. George's School for Child'Study. These children are four-year- note that they have a much advanced idea of mutual play than tlie three-year-olds The three children at the right are co-operating-in a tea the two at the are busy .With'some game relating to the family ironing. to learn how to do things for -themselves. When Dr. Blatz began draw cards in the situation at he suggested tlie same of procedure for the quin- tuplets. This jibed well with -he' ideas of Dr. could clearly see how these little girls might easily grow up into spoiled pampered .brats. WINS MRS. DIONNE'S RESPECT The result 'was that in the quin- tuplets' hospital at Callander there at once became available the best knowledge about child rear- as evolved by the specialists from Toronto. As 5oon as the nve sisters were old enough to under- stand .what was going this fcriowle'dge was put into applica- As the girls went on their sci- entific bringing-up routine Dr. Blatz and his'staff'began to make those- investigations whose fruits are being 'harvested today. The psychologists who to Callander got some unlopked'-for experiences out of it. There is the for of the- per- sonable young woman who into conversation one day-- with Mrs. Dionne. Mrs. Dionne speaJcs practically no so the conversation had .to-be.in and this 'par- ticular psychologist's French-..had bad gaps it. So when she tried to tell Mrs. Dionne about the nursery school back at the uni- she got somewhat-'mixed up. Instead of .as she meant to have dren she actually have 30 cried Mrs. Dionne. To this that psychologist has the respect and the awed admiration of the mother of toe quintupleto.   

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